Cash Flow Quadrant

Rich - Cash Flow Quadrant

Robert Kiyosaki’s cash flow quadrant, speaks about the different dynamics of income potential of the 4 types of people – Employees, Self-Employed, Businessmen and Investors. He explains the reasons why businessmen & investors have a far greater potential to get rich, and even have tax rules written in their favor.

Difference between the 4 Quadrants

Employees & Self-employed both work for their money. 

Business owners have other people work for their money. They may not be that smart themselves, but they know how to surround themselves with smart people.

Investors have their money work hard for them. Investors want money velocity – they want to put in their money, multiply it and get it back quickly.

Robert Kiyosaki – Author – Rich Dad, Poor Dad / Cash Flow Quadrant / Guide to Investing

Financial Freedom

You will never know true freedom until you achieve financial freedom.

Robert Kiyosaki – Author – Rich Dad, Poor Dad / Cash Flow Quadrant / Guide to Investing

The Problem with the Employee & Self-Employed Quadrants

Wealth Principle: There’s nothing wrong with getting a steady paycheck, unless it interferes with your ability to earn what you’re worth. There’s the rub. It usually does.

Harv Eker – Money Coach, Author – Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

Dealing with Uncertainty & Failure

To be successful as an investor or a business owner, you have to be emotionally neutral to winning and losing. Winning and losing are just part of the game.

To me, one of the primary reasons E’s and S’s have difficulty moving to the B and I side is because they are too afraid of making mistakes.

When the fear of losing money and failing becomes too painful inside, a fear we both have, he chooses to seek security and I choose to seek freedom.

Remember that anything important can’t really be learned in the classroom. It must be learned by taking action, making mistakes, and then correcting them. That’s when wisdom sets in.

Only fools expect everything to go the way they want.

Robert Kiyosaki – Author – Rich Dad, Poor Dad / Cash Flow Quadrant / Guide to Investing

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